BenQ America today announced the TK800 Home Entertainment DLP projector — a native 3840×2160 UHD-resolution projector. Like the HT2550 (their other native 4K project launched last month, the TK800 is HDR-capable and uses an RGBW color wheel achieves 92 percent of Rec. 709 color gamut with 3,000-lumen high brightness.
TK800 is designed for consumer applications with a bunch of pre-loaded templated including dedicated Football and Sports modes that. Football Mode claims to preserve natural skin tones while intensifying green grass, simultaneously clarifying the announcer’s commentary against the cheering crowd of an open-air stadium. Likewise, for indoor sports, Sports Mode prioritizes realistic skin shades while enhancing wood tones, vivid reds and balanced greens and blues. But it could also work in an office cafeteria or small video screening room.
TK800’s CinemaMaster Audio+ 2 sound system is newly upgraded with a significantly wider frequency range and 5-watt power, using an aluminum driver diaphragm and resonant sound chambers for bass.
Powered by iTexas Instruments’ Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, TK800 lists for $1,499 and all the specs are here.